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GCSE English examination results 2017 (FOI)

GCSE English examination results 2017 (FOI)

Produced by the Freedom of Information office
Authored by States of Jersey and published on 13 October 2017.
Prepared internally, no external costs.


What percentage of pupils gaining five A* to C including Maths and English (Level 4 and above) gained a level 4 (C) or better in iGCSE English, in the 2017 GCSE examinations?

Can you also give me the English results for each secondary school for English Language at GCSE & iGCSE for 2017.


Out of all pupils that achieved five or more A*-C including English and mathematics, 78% achieved a 4 or above in an English GCSE and 30% achieved a C or above in an English IGCSE. This includes 8% that achieved a 4/C or above in both.


English GCSE and IGCSE examination results are available at the following link:

English GCSE and IGCSE examination results 2017

Please note:

  • A pupil is considered to have passed English if they have achieved a C/4 or above in English language or English literature. In previous methodology used in Jersey the C/4 or above had to be achieved in English language.
  • Different schools can have very different intakes, so differences in attainment should not be assumed to result from differences in the quality of teaching.
  • Under certain circumstances, pupils can be disapplied from appearing in a school’s results. They are still included in the results for the island given in section A.
  • Results in reformed GCSE English Language may look low for some schools however it is important to note that this GCSE may have been taken by a subset of pupils only.
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